Tutorials to bring a little more light into your life! =) May 18
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When I saw this bottle lamp from Maison Martin Margiela , I thought: I can do this!
Back when I purchased THESE nesting tables , the girl who sold them to me asked if I wanted to buy an old projector she had as well.
At the moment I’m helping Mum organise and re-design the little nook (parent’s retreat) off her and Dad’s master bedroom.
Don’t get me wrong, I love the fact I get to call Australia home, though a word of warning to anyone thinking of moving here (particularly if you’re a home DIY-aholic accustomed to a seemingly endless array of affordable and easily attainable supplies). Sure, we might have lovely weather (most of the time), beautiful beaches (almost exclusively) and kangaroos frolicking about (nearly everywhere) though you can pretty much kiss good-bye to affordable and easily obtainable tinted wax sealers, oil-rubbed bronze spray paint and Hershey’s Bars (whatever they are) amongst many other wonderful things :-(
I was pretty excited about the Hardware Store Week challenge at So You Think You're Crafty .
31 minute project
Pottery Barn mason jar light pendants Have ya’ll snagged a recent catalogue from Pottery Barn this season?
At long last we are excited to share the process of how we created the Champagne Bubbles " Frou Frou Chandelier" for our boutique (aka Bubble Chandelier for those of you who want a simpler name for it)!
When we first moved into the loft, I thought we would need a large statement light fixture to go above the dining room table.
How amazing would these look hung around your reception hall or indeed at an outdoor ceremony! And super easy to make too!! What you will need:
So I had a different project that I was going to post today, an update version of my Book Pages Pendant Lantern from Project 19 , but then I started working on this light idea, and I am so excited by the results I just couldn’t wait to show you guys!
As many of you requested, Marie is sharing a little tutorial here on how she made her lampshades. When she made them she was not planning on doing a tutorial for this blog, so be sure to thank her for taking the time to write all this out. Also, for those wondering…Kara will be sharing some tutorials for her book art on her blog soon.
For less than $10 you can make a one-of-a-kind lamp that commemorates your personal history or other past events.
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